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|What Is Free Culture? - James 'J.C.' Jones|
A short (4 minute) piece of eye-candy intending to show both the usefulness of Creative Commons licensing and the theme of a participatory culture surrounding the international student Free Culture movement. This film is entirely made from public domain and creative commons-licensed films from Archive.org and creative commons-licensed music from Magnatune, see below for details.
Keywords: FreeCulture.org; Free Culture; Creative Commmons
Downloads: 11,614 (2 reviews)
|Students' comments on Firefox|
A collection of college students' comments on the Firefox browser. Recorded on August 30 and 31, 2005 during Florida Free Culture's Free Your PC event..
Keywords: spread firefox; firefox; free software; uf; florida free culture; freeculture.org; free your pc
|Free Culture - Maggie Hennefeld and Thessaly La Force|
A nine minute student documentary of the Free Culture New York Summit held at Columbia University, January 2006. The film explores a new form of student activism, based primarily on and about the Internet. Beginning with the Free Culture demonstration at the Times Square Virgin Megastore, the documentary covers Free Culture members out to educate consumers on alternative forms of music distribution online (archive.org, ccmixter.org, blogs, etc)...
Keywords: free culture; freeculture.org; student activism; nyc; protesting; times square; cory doctorow; creative commons
Downloads: 12,780 (2 reviews)
|Digital Tipping Point: Nelson Pavlosky, Co-founder of Free Culture.org 01 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. This particular segment features Nelson Pavlosky, one of the Co-Founders of Free Culture.org, a civil rights group in cyberspace. In this clip, Nelson explains that Diebold tried to hide the fact that memos pertaining to defects in the code that ran the voting machines in the very close US 2000 presidential election in Florida were defective...
Keywords: Nelson Pavlosky; Pavlosky, Nelson; Diebold; Diebold memos; FreeCulture.org; voting machines; elections; democracy and open source
Downloads: 5,761 (2 reviews)
|Digital Tipping Point: Nelson Pavlosky, Co-founder of Free Culture.org 07 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this particular segment, Nelson talks about some of the other open source applications that are popular at colleges, and why they are popular. He says that GAIM is pretty popular. He says that it is is cross-platform and has tabbed IMing. He switched a friend to GAIM, even though there is no audio or video chat...
Keywords: Nelson Pavlosky; Pavlosky; scratch an itch; clunky interfaces; problems with open source, clunky GUIs; GIMP; GAIM; GIMP clunky; GAIM has no audio, video; everyone going to be a geek; out-takes; FreeCutlure.org; FreeCulture.org's motto; open source GUIs getting better; switching a friend
|Digital Tipping Point: Nelson Pavlosky, Co-founder of Free Culture.org 08 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this particular segment, Nelson finished his thought from segment 07, where dvgrab rudely cut him off. (joking). Nelson says that the name of his organization, FreeCulture.org, is an international student movement whose name was inspired by Richard Stallman's use of the term "free software" to describe shared source code...
Keywords: Nelson Pavlosky; Pavlosky, Nelson; Free Culture; FreeCulture.org; Richard Stallman; Konqueror; Firefox; Internet Explorer; Wikipedia; given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow; democracy and information sharing; democracy and open source software; information sharing as more efficient; stacking knowledge; free software and free culture; car with its hood welded shut; hood welded shut; out-takes